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Ever wanted to be a multi-millionaire at 19? Climb Mount Everest? Become the director of the national intelligence agency? I know I have. Mostly I lean towards the multi-millionaire at 19, but that may just be because I’m 17 and broke.
There is no one ideal recipe for success, but there are certainly tips and tricks that can help you get where you want to be. The BBC interviewed successful people at the top of their game to try and learn a few:
1. For the athlete:
Maggie Alphonsi on winning the Rugby World Cup | Find your mantra. Look forward. Former England rugby star Maggie Alphonsi shares her tips for success.
Bonita Norris on climbing Mount Everest | Bonita Norris became the youngest British woman to reach the summit of Everest in 2010. Here’s her advice on achieving success.
2. For the entrepreneur:
Akshay Ruparelia on becoming a multi-millonaire… at just 19 | Akshay Ruparelia is the youngest person on the Sunday Times Rich List 2018. So, how did he do it? (Clue: It has something to do with frogs.)
Jessica Huie on changing the High Street | Writer and entrepreneur Jessica Huie on why representation on the High Street is so important. Plus a few tips on success.
Justine Roberts on starting a business | Justine Roberts, founder of the website for parents Mumsnet, gives a few choice tips on getting what you want out of your career.
3. For the undecided:
Sue Black on overcoming obstacles | Computer scientist Sue Black shares the story of her incredible life – and shares a few tips.
Nikesh Mehta on daring to be different | Nikesh Mehta, a deputy director of the UK’s intelligence agency, GCHQ, gives his top tips for success.
Here is the complete playlist:
I hope you find these tips helpful! Now is as good a time as any to incorporate them into your daily routine!
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